What films to watch this Easter and where to stream them

Easter has nearly arrived! With a number of lockdown restrictions still in place making Easter egg hunts and family get togethers no longer possible, many of us will be looking for some quality Easter entertainment at home instead. Easter doesn’t get a huge amount of love when it comes to “themed films” compared to otherContinue reading “What films to watch this Easter and where to stream them”

Made in Italy Review

Made in Italy is a 2020 comedy-drama starring Liam Neeson, Micheál Richardson, Valeria Bilello and Lindsay Duncan. The film was released in the United States in August 2020 and became available to watch in the UK on 26th March 2021, exclusively via Amazon Prime Video. The story follows father and son duo Robert and Jack, asContinue reading “Made in Italy Review”

What to watch this weekend: 26th-28th March 2021

The weekend is nearly upon us and this weekend we have a great selection of brand new releases available to watch. From the latest series of Brooklyn Nine-Nine to a new adult animated superhero show from the creators of The Walking Dead, I’ve picked out some of this weekends highlights. The Irregulars The Irregulars isContinue reading “What to watch this weekend: 26th-28th March 2021”

Which streaming service is best? – March 2021

It’s exactly a year since Disney+ launched here in the UK and with a reported 100 million subscribers worldwide, it’s safe to say Disney+ has been a success! However, with recent price increases to both Netflix and Disney+, being able to watch all your favourite shows isn’t as simple or cost effective as it onceContinue reading “Which streaming service is best? – March 2021”

Minari Review

Minari is a 2020 American drama film starring Steven Yeun, Han Ye-ri, Alan Kim, Noel Kate Cho, Youn Yuh-jung and Will Patton. Minari follows a family of South Korean immigrants who are in search for the ‘American dream’. Set in the 1980s, Minari follows a Korean-American family that moves to a tiny Arkansas farm inContinue reading “Minari Review”

What to watch this weekend: 19th-21st March 2021

The weekend has almost arrived and with the weekend comes a bunch of fresh new releases from all your favourite streaming services! From a selection of new Netflix series to a family friendly comedy starring Robert De Niro, I’ve rounded up a selection of this weekends releases. Sky Rojo Sky Rojo is a new NetflixContinue reading “What to watch this weekend: 19th-21st March 2021”

The best Raya and the Last Dragon easter eggs

Raya and the Last Dragon has been out for a few weeks now and a few easter eggs have began to start popping up around the web. I’ve rounded up some of the best Easter eggs and a few I’ve found myself! Hei Hei I recently wrote a piece comparing Raya and the Last DragonContinue reading “The best Raya and the Last Dragon easter eggs”

SAS: Red Notice Review

SAS: Red Notice is a 2021 British action thriller film, based on the novel of the same name by Andy McNab. The film stars Sam Heughan, Ruby Rose, Andy Serkis and Hannah John-Kamen. SAS: Red Notice was released on 12th March 2021 and is available to watch exclusively on Sky Cinema/NOW TV. SAS: Red Notice followsContinue reading “SAS: Red Notice Review”

What to watch this weekend: 12th-14th March 2021

The weekend is already upon us and with the weekend comes that dreaded question, ‘what shall we watch tonight?’ Don’t fear! I’ve picked out a selection of new releases which should make that weekly “discussion” a little easier. The One The One is a new Netflix original science fiction TV series, following a company whoContinue reading “What to watch this weekend: 12th-14th March 2021”

Comparing Raya and the Last Dragon to Mulan and Moana

Earlier this week I watched and reviewed the brilliant Raya and the Last Dragon and noticed a few similarities to that of other Disney movies such as Moana and Mulan. Don’t get me wrong, I love Raya and the Last Dragon and it may even be my favourite movie out of the three, but IContinue reading “Comparing Raya and the Last Dragon to Mulan and Moana”